Luxury Pisa Villas
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Pisa Vacation Rentals, Italy
Experience true bliss in one of our ultra-luxurious Pisa vacation rentals, located close to the famed historical city of Pisa. Of course, you cannot complete a vacation here without getting that essential picture with the Leaning Tower, but there is so much more to the city than you would expect. From an imposing cathedral to the soaring heights of medieval structures, and from bustling plazas dotted with quaint restaurants, to the reverence of the handful of fascinating museums close to the Arno river, you certainly won’t run out of things to do anytime soon.
When you’re done exploring the city, can you imagine anything better than heading back to a beautiful, rustic home nestled amongst the famed scenery of Tuscany? Blending seamlessly in with elegant surroundings, these stunning homes offer everything you need to satisfy every need, and offer extra special amenities, such as private pools with unbelievable views, to make your vacation to Pisa one to remember.
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Where is Pisa?
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When is the best time to visit Pisa?
Pisa is a very popular destination, first and foremost, due to the iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa. Therefore, you can expect the peak summer season to be very busy with visitors to the city. If you want to experience beautiful weather with slightly fewer people around, we recommend visiting Pisa during the late spring or early fall, The months of May and September are particularly beautiful in Tuscany.
Restaurants in Pisa, Italy
Pisa is quite a small city, and the center especially is highly walkable. With that being said, a vacation here is a great opportunity to sample the hidden delights of a famed Italian destination, as the charming streets are packed to the brim with authentic restaurants offering hearty dishes, and likely some of the best pizza you’ll ever taste in your life. Sometimes, it’s the things you least expect that you remember the most, so we highly recommend taking a stroll around Pisa and seeing what catches your fancy. However, if you would like some inspiration to get you kick-started, some of the best restaurants in Pisa Italy include I Porci Comodi, L’Ostellino, Cantina Vasari, and La Taverna di Pulcinella, all offering incredible Italian cuisine.
Distances in Pisa
|Attraction/Destination||Distance from Pisa train station||Time from Pisa train station|
|Piazza della Pera||0.47 miles||9-minute walk|
|Museo della Grafica Palazzo Lanfranchi||0.6 miles||12-minute walk|
|Musei Nazionale di San Matteo||0.8 miles||16-minute walk|
|Torre Guelfa||0.74 miles||15-minute walk|
|Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale di Pisa||0.6 miles||13-minute walk|
|Leaning Tower of Pisa||1.8 miles||11-minute drive|
|Mura di Pisa||1.73 miles||9-minute drive|
|Cattedrale di Pisa||1.43 miles||7-minute drive|
|Santo Sepolcro||0.53 miles||10-minute walk|
Getting to and around Pisa, Italy
Pisa International Airport (PSA)
Located just a few kilometers from the city center, PSA is the primary gateway to Pisa, offering a range of domestic and international flights.
Florence Airport (FLR)
Situated about 85 kilometers from Pisa, FLR is another option, providing both domestic and international connections.
Transportation from the Airport:
Taxis are readily available at Pisa International Airport and provide a convenient way to reach your accommodation or other destinations in the city.
This automated people mover connects the airport to the Pisa Centrale train station, making it easy to access the city center.
Getting around Pisa:
Pisa's historic center is compact and pedestrian-friendly, making it ideal for exploring on foot. You can easily reach famous landmarks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Pisa Cathedral on foot.
Pisa is a bicycle-friendly city, and you can rent bicycles to explore its streets and picturesque riverbanks.
Pisa has an efficient bus system that covers the city and its suburbs, providing a convenient mode of transportation.
While not necessary for the city center, renting a car can be useful for exploring the broader Tuscany region if you plan to take day trips.
Things to do
- It's hard to think of a landmark in Italy that is more famous than Pisa's Leaning Tower. It is in the very center of the city, and unmissable due to the crowds of tourists that flock to it.
Visit the Leaning Tower
- Take in the stunning Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles), a UNESCO World Heritage site. Besides the Leaning Tower, admire the Cathedral (Duomo) and the Baptistery.
Explore Piazza dei Miracoli
- Take a stroll along the banks of the River Arno. Lined with beautiful buildings, take a stroll along the bank to the Ponte di Mezzo - one of Pisa's most historic (and scenic) bridges.
Take a stroll along the River Arno
- Sample Pisa's street food, including the famous "cecina" (chickpea flatbread) and "torta co' bischeri" (sweet pastry). These local delicacies are a must-try while exploring the city.
Sample Pisa's Street Food
- Take a stroll through history at the Piazza dei Cavalieri, one of Pisa's most important sights. Once the location of the Roman forum, there is also a university that was founded by Napoleon.
Visit Piazza dei Cavalieri
- Stroll through the Orto Botanico di Pisa, one of the oldest botanical gardens in Europe. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, diverse plant species, and educational exhibits.
Explore Pisa's Botanical Garden
- Shop for souvenirs and indulge in some retail therapy along Corso Italia, Pisa's main shopping street. You'll find a variety of boutiques, cafes, and local shops.
Go shopping on Corso Italia
- Experience the flavors of Tuscany, in one of Pisa's charming eateries. Savor the traditional "ribollita" (a hearty bread soup) and enjoy locally produced wines such as Chianti and Vernaccia.
Savor Pisa's trattorias & restaurants
- Colorful and charming, the Cinque Terre - or five towns - close to Pisa make for the perfect day trip to the sea if you want a change of pace from the busy city.
Enjoy a day trip to the Cinque Terre
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Luxury Travel Extras
Add a little extra luxury to your Pisa vacation, with our fantastic Travel Extras . These optional concierge services are designed to bring the 5-star convenience luxury of a hotel stay to your Pisa vacation rental.
Whether you fancy a private chef to prepare delicious meals throughout your stay, transfers to and from the airport, attraction tickets, grocery deliveries to your villa, or anything else you can think of, our amazing Travel Planners are on hand to arrange it for you.
Head over to our Travel Extras page and tailor-make your vacation toay!
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Pisa holiday rentals with private pools
When you stay in homes like these, we bet you want to make the most of the outdoors as possible. Our rustic Pisa holiday rentals offer simply sublime outdoor areas, complete with places to relax beneath the sunshine, and of course, the essential private swimming pool.
Nestled amongst sculpted gardens, and often with some awe-inspiring views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside, those homes are the perfect places to while away a lazy afternoon. Whether you want to kick back poolside with your favorite drink in hand or get the floats out to enjoy the sunsets from a whole new perspective on the water, these homes ensure you can experience the vacation you’re dreaming of in a pool that is exclusive to your use. When choosing your dream Pisa vacation villa with Top Villas, you'll also be able to narrow down your search and pick one with everything from a convenient pool shower, to a sleek infinity pool!
Many of our luxury Pisa vacation rentals with pools also come with private hot tubs - inviting you to soothe the senses and enjoy the Tuscan scenery and sunsets in style, with your partner, friends or family.
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Pet friendly villas in Pisa
Experience the charm of Pisa with our pet-friendly villas. These accommodations are perfect for travelers who want to bring their furry companions along on their Tuscan adventure. Pisa, renowned for its iconic leaning tower, offers a rich cultural experience that extends to its pet-friendly villas. These villas provide a welcoming atmosphere for both you and your pets, ensuring that your stay is comfortable and stress-free.
Our Pisa pet-friendly villas are strategically located to provide easy access to the city's historical sites and beautiful countryside. You can take leisurely strolls with your pets along the Arno River, or explore the nearby vineyards and olive groves. After a day of sightseeing, return to your villa, where your four-legged friend can relax in the spacious and well-maintained garden while you enjoy a glass of local wine on the terrace.